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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration BS (BSBA), Leadership and Management Specialization


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Advisors:
James Avey, PhD
Wendy Cook, PhD
Timothy Hargrave, PhD
Erica Holley, PhD
Kathryn Martell, PhD
William Provaznik, PhD
Todd Weber, PhD
Keke Wu, PhD

The leadership and management specialization emphasizes building the skills, insights and knowledge that professionals need to succeed in a business context. Students will improve their ability to manage themselves as well as influence others as they learn to identify valuable goals and work to reach them. Courses will feature relevant concepts and theories and present opportunities to deploy this knowledge in practical situations to build a solid foundation of leadership and management ability. The program is designed to give students a portfolio of established and cutting-edge principles to draw from over their career.

BSBA Shared Core


College of Business Admission Requirements
For information on admission requirements, please go to: College of Business.

Graduation Requirements
The following special rules apply to students seeking the BSBA major:

Students must earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25 in-the-major coursework to be eligible for a degree. In addition, the department requires a minimum GPA of 2.25 in the upper-division component of the in-the-major total.

Transfer students must complete at least 40 College of Business credits at CWU to be eligible for the BSBA degree, including MGT 489.

The BSBA program requires a single specialization of at least 25 credits. Occasionally a student requests a second specialization. To be eligible for a second specialization, a minimum of 20 unique credits must be completed. Unique in this sense means the credits have not been used as part of any other BSBA specialization.

Program Learner Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:

  • Foundation knowledge and skill in the fundamental business disciplines.
  • Effective communication in written and oral business presentations.
  • Comprehension and application of ethical principles in business decisions.
  • Problems solving ability using integrative and critical assessment of business information and appropriate technical tools.
  • Career readiness through participation in co-curricular programs and activities.
  • Competency in their specialized field of study.

Business Foundation Courses


Select one from the following: 5 credits


Foundation Total Credits: 41


Leadership and Management Specialization Courses


College of Business Capstone


Capstone Total Credits: 7


Total Credits: 112-114


College and Department Information


Management Department  
College of Business  

Program Codes
Major plan codes: BUADBS, BUADBSP
Online option codes: BUADBSO, BUADBSOP
Specialization plan code: LEMA

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